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Appetising Poems - Poems about Appetising

Appetising Poems - Examples of all types of poems about appetising to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for appetising.

My Lady Luck
...Will you marry me my sweetheart..! Or shall we plan a sensuous start When you walk swaying thy waist My heart beats in a joyous haste In drape yellow like a bold belle Makes rounds the beauteous......Read More
Categories: appetising, angel, appreciation, art,
Form: Couplet

Smiles can be fake
... Growing up i always thought smiles a sign of happiness a caring gesture: that could brighten someone's day white gums: Presenting a welcoming appeal one ever told me t......Read More
Categories: appetising, betrayal, character, friend, friendship,
Form: Blank verse
The Plight Of A Little Puppy
...I am a little Alsatian puppy- can you empathise with my wretched plight? I cannot impress upon insensitive humans, my God given inalienable right, As a scrawny tottering helpless babe, I used to su......Read More
Categories: appetising, animal, dog, pets, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
pseudo sciecnce
...The pseudo-science Cooking is not rocket science but would be cook has to learn the basic after this he must discover why some food doesn’t go well mixed with the wrong ingredients The ru......Read More
Categories: appetising, abuse, age, america, angst,
Form: Blank verse
...My eyes are glued to the naked truth Fresh from the shower her body looking smooth I only want to lay my hands on her tender breasts Her nipples are protruding,partially hard like a dried raisin......Read More
Categories: appetising, beauty,
Form: Personification

Premium Member Apple Pie
...A-appetising p-pleasant p-pie l-likeable e-eatable p-pieces i-ice cream e-enjoyable......Read More
Categories: appetising, fruit, sweet,
Form: Acrostic
Houseshare: A fallowfield love story
...I’d rather live with terrorists or break everything in my skeleton than put up with the residents I currently share this terrace with I think I’d find it more appetising, to spend Friday night com......Read More
Categories: appetising, change, home, house, humorous,
Form: I do not know?
The World In Our Hands
...The world in our hands would impair devils An unthinking thought more blissful Than a wish fulfilling shooting star Our missions would be charted out To go on our victory dance one step at a ti......Read More
Categories: appetising, care, child abuse, faith,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To a person, they say, frigid, Translation of Paul Verlaine's poem: A celle que l'on dit froide
...To the person, they call, frigid, Translation of Paul Verlaine’s poem : A celle que l’on dit froide (Poem written on September 5, 1889 at Aix-les-Bains, which I found a bit jarring with abrupt excla......Read More
Categories: appetising, emotions, woman,
Form: Quatrain